Malaysia heads to the polls on Saturday for a general election which, if the latest opinion polls are correct, will lead to a further period of unstable and fractured politics. This reduces the chances of meaningful economic reforms being passed and supports our relatively downbeat view on the country’s long-term economic prospects.
In view of the wider interest, we are also sending this Emerging Asia Economics Update to clients of our Long Run Service.
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